2,412 livable Home Design Photos

Modern Landscape
that makes a huge difference: Leave the difficult work for another month. October is a great time to just touch up your outdoor spaces to keep them livable, allowing more time to enjoy them.Remove smaller deadwood from trees and shrubs, since removal of live growth is more likely to stimulate new growth
“rake the gravel” — gaynor_homes
Seattle Area Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Kimberlee Marie Interior Design is a full service interior design company that turns its client's dreams for their home into a reality. We will add warmth and functionality to your living area.
Stephanie Sabbe
6 Reviews
Lin Residence
been designed by the renowned international architecture firm HOK, and was absolutely beautiful. But the client wanted to make it comfortable and livable, so Sabbe added color, texture and pattern to make the space feel more like home.The 3D artwork on the living room wall is a DIY collaboration between
“Colors” — Carey McCann
Jessica Bennett Interiors
5 Reviews
Newport Beach Project
element of contrast, preventing the room from becoming single-toned. "It's nice enough to entertain in and want to show off, but still completely livable," Bennett says. "Every room is used. There are no 'hands off' parts of this home." Bedframe: Pottery BarnSide tables: BakerMirror: Consignment piece
“Fleurs” — Cynthia Mozo
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
House Earl's Court
love the casual interior, especially the canvas-covered futon. The space itself is very modern, and using traditional casual furnishings makes it livable.
“Sky light” — Jo-Anne Sidwell
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
seamlessly with the home’s interior and overall architectural feel."The house is in Southern California, so "we have the opportunity to expand our livable area beyond the walls of the house," he adds. "And for this project I created spaces for my clients to entertain, play, relax, and self-reflect. The
“Planter ideas” — Shelly Morris
Laidlaw Schultz architects
traditional Zen garden design, created by Laidlaw Schultz Architects, incorporates other elements such as chairs and a fire pit to make a Zen garden more livable.
“ends of pergola joists” — t8131sj
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
West Village Townhouse 2
An ottoman is a livable, family-friendly choice in front of a sofa, especially when topped with a tray. This oversize round tray, which covers the entire surface of this ottoman
“Muted reds and blues” — beccadesigner
austin outdoor design
Cat Mountain
old-fashioned wooden deck is a classic and beautiful example of a pervious surface that can also handle pedestrian traffic, making your garden more livable.
“deck” — jporter5
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